The number of new coronavirus cases in Wales has almost doubled in the last three days, with more than 200 new positive cases recorded since Friday.
The latest figures from Public Health Wales (PhW) on Sunday, September confirmed that 96 new cases had been recorded in Wales. It followed 77 new cases on Saturday and 51 new ones on Friday.
The growing image prompted a possible local lockdown warning in Kerfili, where officials said there had been an “alarming increase” in new infections in the past week.
A total of nine schools in Kovid-19 have been damaged since the children returned to the classroom last week.
The latest involves a canteen worker at ESGOL Friars in Bangalore who tested positive for the coronavirus this weekend.
Another case has been confirmed at Yesgal Broad Eder in Cardiff, where a total of 30 children have been asked to stay in isolation for two weeks.
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Dr Giri Shankar of Wells Public Health Wales said the number had risen over the past few weeks to 15- to 44-year-olds.
He told BBC Radio Wales: “It is social distance measures that are not being followed. So it is not a matter of time before the infection finally moves from one age to another. It will not take us long to see this increase.
He said the reason for confirming the Carnavirus case today is expected to be more than on Sunday.
Dr. Shankar said: “Not only are these cases and the clusters coming from a specific one, they are coming from a variety of different settings. For example, they are related to a house party where there was no social distance. Emerging from the gym is what happens on foreign trips, and so on.